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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    4.1 How to Register the MMSI and ATIS ID........21 EQUIPMENT ......... 1 4.2 How to Open the Service Menu, 1.1 Transceiver Unit FM-8900S..1 Do Operations on the Menu ..22 1.2 VHF Antenna ......2 4.3 DSC SETUP Menu....23 1.3 CH70 RX Antenna ......

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    ・FURUNO Authorized Distributor/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomiya, 662-8580, JAPAN A : APR 2012 Printed in Japan All rights reserved. Pub. No. IME-56800-A *00017620310* *00017620310* (DAMI ) FM-8900S *00017620310* *00017620310* * 0 0 0 1 7 6 2 0 3 1 0 *...

  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    IEC 60945 10 W/m 0.39 m IEC 60945 Standard Steering compass compass 2 W/m MPE by FCC 0.89 m FM-8900S 0.50m 0.30m (MPE: Minimum Permissible Exposure) IF-8900 2.05m 1.35m Turn off the power at the mains switch- HS-2003 1.50m 0.95m board before beginning the install- ation.

  • Page 4: System Configuration

    SEM-21Q ANALOG WING PLOTTER HANDSET JUNCTION PRINTER TRANSCEIVER HS-6000FZ5/ MIC RECEPTACLE PP-510/ UNIT HS-6000FZ11 BOX RBD-VHF (B) IF-8900 PP-8800A FM-8900S MIC RECEPTACLE ANALOG WING PRINTER BOX RBD-VHF (B) PRINTER HANDSET INTERFACE PP-510 HS-6000FZ5/ IF-8500 REMOTE STATION HS-6000FZ11 RB-8900/RB-8900-W OTHER REMOTE STATION...

  • Page 5: Equipment Lists

    EQUIPMENT LISTS Standard supply Name Type Remarks Transceiver Unit FM-8900S Installation Materials CP05-12600 1 set w/inst. mat. CP05-12601, cable assy. LP-02-1(7A)-L3000 Accessories FP05-05730 1 set For HS-2003-15 FP05-05720 For HS-2003-15-L Spare Parts SP05-06201 1 set Optional equipment Name Type Code no.

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    EQUIPMENT LISTS Name Type Code no. Remarks Handset HS-6000FZ11 000-135-072-10 Handset HS-6000FZ5 000-112-623-10 Recording Paper TP058-30CL 001-097-110 08S0378 W: 57 mm, L: 30 m Printer PP-510 Printer Interface IF-8500 000-053-895 Handset HS-2003-15 000-021-369 w/1.5 m cable Handset HS-2003-15-L 000-021-367 w/1.5 m cable, elbow connector Handset HS-2003-20-L 000-021-368...

  • Page 7: How To Install The Equipment

    This chapter shows you how to install the units of the system. The transceiver unit and handset are standard supply. All other units are optional supply. (The junction box is standard supply in some installations.) Transceiver Unit FM-8900S 1.1.1 General installation remarks The transceiver unit can be installed on a desktop (with hanger), underneath a desktop, overhead, bulkhead, or in a console (requires a flush mount kit).

  • Page 8: Vhf Antenna

    1. HOW TO INSTALL THE EQUIPMENT 1.1.3 Console installation (flush mount, option) Requires the optional flush mount kit (OP05-129), the contents of which are shown in the table below. Follow the instructions in the outline drawing to install the unit in a console. Name Type Code no.

  • Page 9: Ch70 Rx Antenna

    For Solas Convention vessels, both AC and DC power must be supplied to the transceiver unit, through an AC/DC power supply. When the AC input fails, DC power is supplied. FURUNO can supply an AC/DC power supply unit, the PR-240. Provide protective earth. See chapter 2.

  • Page 10: Printer

    2. Set the printer to the cutout and fasten the printer with four self-tapping screws (4×16). Printer Interface IF-8500 The Printer Interface IF-8500 allows the FM-8900S and other MF/HF radio communication equip- ment to share the Printer PP-510. See the outline drawing at the back of this manual for installation instructions.

  • Page 11: Junction Box If-8900

    BEFORE installing the junction box. Fixing Fixing hole hole CABLE SLOT SIDE = Hole where to attach Card spacer waterproofing seal To FM-8900S To install the junction box, open the cover and fasten the box with four self-tapping screws (5×20). Close the cover.

  • Page 12: Remote Station Rb-8900, Watertight Remote Station Rb-8900-w

    1. HOW TO INSTALL THE EQUIPMENT 1.10 Remote Station RB-8900, Watertight Remote Station RB-8900-W A maximum of four remote stations can be installed. 1. Remove six screws on the handset hanger. 2. Remove upper chassis of the hanger. 3. Fasten the base of the hanger to a bulkhead with two self-tapping screws (4×20). 4.

  • Page 13: Vhf Console Rc-8900

    1. HOW TO INSTALL THE EQUIPMENT 1.11 VHF Console RC-8900 Install the VHF console where you can easily operate the equipment in the console and do main- tenance and service. Meet with shipyard personnel and ship's officer-in-charge to select the best location.

  • Page 14: Connections

    CONNECTIONS Connect external equipment at the rear of the transceiver unit. 4.7A CH70 RX ANT 24VDC 24VDC CH70 RX ANT Connect power Connect DSC cable. antenna. GND terminal SPKR Connect ground wire. JUNCTION PRINTER JUNCTION SPKR Connect Junction Box Connect external IF-8900.

  • Page 15: Vhf Antenna

    2. CONNECTIONS VHF Antenna The VHF antenna is connected to the transceiver unit with a 50 ohm coaxial cable, type RG-10/ U-Y. Make sure you leave some additional length in the cable for future service and maintenance. Lay the coaxial cable and fasten an M-type plug to the cable (if necessary) as follows. 1.

  • Page 16: Junction Box

    2. CONNECTIONS Junction Box The junction box connects external equipment to the transceiver unit. The cable that connects be- tween the junction box and the transceiver unit is pre-connected to the junction box. WAGO con- nectors connect the external equipment. A terminal opener is provided inside the junction box to open terminals on the connectors.

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    2. CONNECTIONS Cable TTYCSLA-1 (NAV equipment) 5 - 6 Crimp-on more Vinyl tape than Cover shield with shrink tubing. L*=Depends on location of connector. See illustration of junction box on page 9 for length. Cable TTYCSLA-4 (Alarm Unit IC-350, INS, AIS, Plotter, MIC Receptacle Box, Remote Handset 5 - 6 Crimp-on...

  • Page 18: How To Connect The Remote Station Without The Junction Box12

    2. CONNECTIONS 2.6.3 How to fasten the cables to the Junction Box Connect cables to related connectors. Fasten the cables to the cable posts with two cable ties. Fasten cable to post with two cable ties. How to Connect the Remote Station without the Junction Box The remote station (MIC receptacle box, etc.) can be connected directly to the transceiver unit, using the D-sub connector supplied as installation materials.

  • Page 19: Ac/dc Power Supply Unit Pr-240

    2. CONNECTIONS AC/DC Power Supply Unit PR-240 The AC/DC Power Supply Unit PR-240 is shipped ready for connection to 200-230 VAC. For con- nection to 100 VAC-115 VAC, change the tap connection and terminal board connection as below. Attach applicable label (supplied in accessories) to the front panel according to the ship's mains. Power Terminal board Label...

  • Page 20: When The Handset Hs-2003 Is Not Connected To The Transceiver Unit

    2. CONNECTIONS Protective earth Connect a IV-2sq wire between the ship’s ground and the ground terminal on the PR-240 to pre- vent electrical shock. CAUTION Attach protective earth securely to the ship's ground. The protective earth (grounding) is required to prevent electrical shock. GND terminal When the Handset HS-2003 is not Connected to the Transceiver Unit...

  • Page 21: Jumper Setting For Termination

    2. CONNECTIONS 2.11 Jumper Setting for Termination For termination on the remote stations, open the remote handset hanger as shown below. The default setting for J2 is “ON” (jumper block connected to pins 2 and 3). Confirm this setting. Re- connect the connector to the circuit board.

  • Page 22: Vhf Console

    2. CONNECTIONS 2.12 VHF Console Install the VHF console following Chapter 3, then following the procedure in this section. VHF console 1. Remove the cover assembly and printer assembly (or concealing lid) form the console. For the printer assembly, remove the cables connected to the transceiver unit and the terminal board.

  • Page 23: I/o Data

    2. CONNECTIONS Emergency lamp The emergency lamp can be installed on the left or right side (default arrangement) of the rack. For installation on the left side, unfasten the four screws from the front panel of the emergency lamp, rotate the emergency lamp 180° then refasten the screws. 1.

  • Page 24: How To Assemble The Vhf Console Kit

    HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE VHF CONSOLE KIT A VHF console kit is required to install the transceiver unit in the VHF console. There are two types of consoles, with a printer and without a printer. 1. Remove the cover assembly, the panel assembly and the printer assembly (or concealing lid) from the console.

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    3. HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE VHF CONSOLE KIT 3. Set the transceiver unit to the console upside down. Fasten the transceiver unit to the rack case as shown below. Hex bolt Insert console upside down. Rack case Spacer Transceiver unit bolt Spacer Plain...

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    3. HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE VHF CONSOLE KIT 6. Connect the following to the transceiver unit: • fuse to the power connector on the transceiver unit • For the console with printer, connect the printer cable to the PRINTER port. (For no printer, fasten the concealing lid.) •...

  • Page 27: Initial Settings

    INITIAL SETTINGS This chapter shows you how to enter the initial settings, which requires a password. Refer to FU- RUNO Information for the password. Entry of the MMSI and ATIS ID* numbers also requires a short inside the junction box or at the rear panel of the transceiver unit. Under no condition can the password or the location of the shorting points be released to the operator.

  • Page 28: How To Open The Service Menu, Do Operations On The Menu

    4. INITIAL SETTINGS 5. If applicable, enter the ATIS ID like how you entered the MMSI. Note: You can re-enter the MMSI/ATIS ID if it is wrong. Select the applicable [CLEAR] then push the CH knob. You are asked if it is OK to clear the number. Select [Yes] then push the CH knob.

  • Page 29: Dsc Setup Menu

    DSC/DSE SENTENCE: Select ON to output DSC/DSE sentences (messages), from the JUNC- TION port. FNAS MODE: For the service technician. LAST DISTRESS LOG: The name of the unit ( "FM-8900S" or "ALARM UNIT" ) that transmitted the last distress alert and the date and time of transmission are shown here.

  • Page 30: Rt Setup Menu

    4. INITIAL SETTINGS RT SETUP Menu The [RT SETUP] menu has the initial settings for the radiotelephone section. FORMAT: Select the NMEA sentence format to use: [IEC]: Receives only IEC 61162-1 sentences. Receive analysis is done regardless of presence or absence of checksum.

  • Page 31: Ch Config Menu

    4. INITIAL SETTINGS CH CONFIG Menu The [CH CONFIG] menu sets the TRX state, communication type and output power for every channel. Note 1: An exclamation mark (!) appears to the left of a channel number when you change that channel’s configuration.

  • Page 32: Other Menu

    4. INITIAL SETTINGS OTHER Menu for SERVICE DEMO MODE: For exhibition use. Do not change the setting. P-BROWSER: Activate or deactivate the parameter browser, which is controlled from a PC. For use by the service technician. ROR MODE: ROR means RT-Oriented Remote HS Mode and it allows or prevents operation of the remote handset when a DSC active procedure is in progress.

  • Page 33: Settings Inside The Transceiver Unit

    4. INITIAL SETTINGS Settings Inside the Transceiver Unit Various jumper blocks are provided inside the transceiver unit to customize the system according to local regulations, user requirements, specifications, etc. 4.7.1 MIC type, MULTI SIO port receive format type, alarm output Turn the transceiver unit upside down.

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    4. INITIAL SETTINGS 4.7.2 VHF antenna only Non-GMDSS vessels are not required to have DSC functionality and thus a DSC antenna is unnecessary. If this is the case do as shown below to use only the VHF antenna. Remove the outer cover and the shield cover to show the TRX_WR Board (05P0841).Connect the supplied mini-pin assy.

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    EX: DPYCYSLA - 1.5 MPYC - 4 TTYCSLA-4 Core Area (mm Designation type Designation type # of cores The following reference table lists gives the measurements of JIS cables commonly used with Furuno products: Core Cable Core Cable Diameter Diameter...

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  • Page 59: Interconnection Diagram

    IC_RD-H IC_RD-C IV-1.25sq. DRAWN TITLE FM-8900S T.YAMASAKI 17/Apr/2012 CHECKED 名称 国際VHF無線電話装置 H.MAKI 17/Apr/2012 注記 NOTE APPROVED 相互結線図 *1)造船所手配。 *1: SHIPYARD SUPPLY. SCALE MASS NAME VHF RADIOTELEPHONE *2)オプション。 *2: OPTION. DWG.No. REF.No. INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM C5680-C01- B 05-104-2001-0 FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.

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    DRAWN TITLE RC-8900 (FM-8900S) T.YAMASAKI 17/Apr/2012 CHECKED 名称 国際VHF無線電話装置(ラック組込) H.MAKI 17/Apr/2012 注記 NOTE APPROVED 相互結線図 *1)造船所手配。 *1: SHIPYARD SUPPLY. SCALE MASS NAME VHF RADIOTELEPHONE (RACK CONSOLE) *2)オプション。 *2: OPTION. DWG.No. REF.No. INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM C5680-C02- D 05-104-2001-0 FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.

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